Josh Groban goes through 30 Years of TV Themes at the 2008 Emmys

Josh Groban 2008 Emmys

Josh Groban 2008 Emmys

Josh, dude, that was freaky!

Just like the VMAs or Oscars, I just don’t give a shit about the Emmys. However, this weekend (September 21), when this year’s 60th Emmys were held, something pathetically fun occurred, which, I’m sad to say, I regret not saying it live. I mean, I’m still watching this stuff as I type and I’m almost rolling over the floor! Yes, I’m talking about the now notorious Josh Groban ‘performance’ of over 30 TV series theme songs, spanned across 30 years of show biz. Yup folks, Josh went through such classic theme songs like the ones for the The Simpsons, Friends, Happy Days, The Golden Girls, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, The Andy Griffith Show, Love Boat, Law & Order, The Addams Family, The Muppet Show, The X Files, South Park, The Jeffersons, Baywatch, The Brady Bunch, COPS, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Saturday Night Live, Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Ed McMahon, Rawhide, Two and a Half Men, Gilligan’s Island, MASH, The Carol Burnett Show.

Sure, not all of them are Ave Marias, but who are we to judge? Still, part of me is just boiling inside seeing such immense talent wasting himself over crap like this, but, hey, guess what? The other part of me is still rolling over the fuckin floor!

P.S. For more Josh Groban goodness, you definitely have to check this out!

You Might Also Like

  • bevtom

    We totally agree with you.
    What a waste of talent. Because it waa Josh we listened with our hearts. He is tremendouse talent and voice.

  • Bob_Welch

    This is not a waste of talent at all. What about the songwriters? These theme songs were crafted by people who were at the top of their respective field (not all of songs/writers) and by declaring “what a waste of talent” is demeaning to the men and women who wrote the music and lyrics.

  • abqsmartypants

    Why can’t a guy just have a little fun and be cheesy? If anyone has ever listened to any interviews with him, you can see that he does not take himself too seriously. Nor should we. Geez people.

  • Pingback: Wednesday smilejerker: let’s laugh with Josh Groban, 4 times | ZME Music()

  • bryan

    I really liked the way they came off